Charlottesville Rally Attack Exposed as False Flag
Eye-witnesses report car driver being switched with 'actor'
The event at the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virgina rocked the world this weekend after a car plowed into a crowd of protesters before speeding away.
Video footage that captured the event at the already-heated protest this weekend quickly went viral on social media.
Crowds had gathered on a side street when a gray Dodge Challenger intentionally drove into them at speed and was only stopped when it collided with stationary vehicles.
The car then reversed back up the street and fled the scene.
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One woman died in the attack with another 19 people seriously injured.
20 -year-old James Alex Fields, who the mainstream media have been quick to label a "Nazi sympathizer" was taken into custody shortly after and arrested on suspicion of murder, malicious wounding and hit-and-run charges.
The narrative being pushed in the MSM is that a "white-supremacist" attacked a group of anti-racism activists confronting neo-Nazis and Ku Klux Klan (KKK) sympathizers, but information has now begun to emerge that suggests this may be some sort of false flag event designed to instill hate and divide.
One eye witness of the suspect's arrest has raised a lot of questions regarding the legitimacy of the events.
An anonymous poster uploaded images to 4chan of the vehicle and driver being apprehended by law enforcement which he says took place "right outside" his house before the post was deleted from again from the site.
The witness claims that the driver "wasn't pulled over by cops, it was two blacked out Suburbans".
He then goes on to describe how the driver was quickly bundled into one of the SUVs and another man got out of the other one and sat on the floor in handcuffs.
He described the driver as being "possible Middle Eastern" and described him as wearing "skinny jeans" and being "not black, not caucasian" and "not having a fashy[facist] haircut".
The description of the man he was replaced with matches the description of James Alex Fields who was "officially" taken into custody.
Describing the apprehension of the driver, the witness said:
"They made everyone go inside and acted like they were going to pull a gun on my wife"
"[The] guy looked Middle Eastern honestly. Didn't get a close look at his face. They bundled him into one of the SUVs really fast"
"Not black but not Caucasian pale. Didn't have a fashy haircut or anything. Skinny jeans."
"I saw a pic of a white guy sitting beside a Challenger in handcuffs but that was NOT the same guy we saw helped out of the car."
The witness also posted that he was being blocked from posted more images on the anonymous message board before his post disappeared altogether.
Jones says that the car attack was a false flag designed to frame conservatives as "extreme neo-Nazis".
In a statement on his Facebook page he said:
“So they advertise and they have a ‘unite the right – don’t be racist’ rally and of course these guys with torches come and you look them up and most of them are actors, you can even look up their names. They’re Democratic Party operatives. They’ve been caught painting swastikas on black people’s places and burning crosses and they always get caught.
“So I look at the ‘white nationalists’ last night that were leaving this deal, I mean they’re straight out of Hollywood with their little white shirts and their Hitler haircuts. I mean, some of them you track and it comes out they are Southern Poverty Law Center operatives. I mean, they RAN the Oklahoma City bombing. That came out in court documents.”
Hours after the violence erupted, US President Donald Trump said he condemned "in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry, and violence on many sides".
"The hate and the division must stop right now," he told reporters in New Jersey, where he is on a working holiday. "We have to come together as Americans with love for our nation."
In response to the criticism, the White House issued a statement on Sunday clarifying that Mr. Trump's condemnation had included white supremacists.
"The president said very strongly in his statement yesterday that he condemns all forms of violence, bigotry, and hatred. Of course, that includes white supremacists, KKK, neo-Nazi and all extremist groups," a spokesperson said.
Mr. Trump has been blasted by the mainstream media for "not condemning the actions of the far-right", but are his comments an indication that he may know who was really behind the attack?
Could these events be part of an operation to create a state of emergency and undermine Trump's presidency?
At this point, it certainly has the hallmarking of a well-funded false flag event.